How To Easily Collect Skins in Agents of Mayhem

I’ve completed my playthrough of Agents of Mayhem and have gotten to cleaning up a few loose ends. One loose end in Agents of Mayhem, is collecting blueprints and skins. There are a ton of these items to collect. The fact skins and blueprints spawn randomly makes collecting everything a bit harder than it should be. Luckily, there is currently a way floating around on the interwebs, to easily collect skins and blueprints. Here is how to easily collect skins in Agents of Mayhem.

Step 1: Unlock the Un Cursed Monkey Paw Agency Upgrade

 

How To Easily Collect Skins in Agents of Mayhem

Unlock the Un Cursed Monkey Paw Agency upgrade in order to speed up the collecting process. This upgrade, costs 186,000 and requires a level 18 Agency. Unlocking this upgrade greatly increases the chance of finding skins and blueprints.




Step 2: Head to the Shipping Yards

Un Cursed Monkey Paw Agency Upgrade

Head to the Shippings Yards in Seoul. Here you will find a ton of lootable containers.


Step 3: Run Through the Shipping Yards and Open Chests

Un Cursed Monkey Paw Agency Upgrade

Make your way through the Shipping Yards opening every chest you come across. You should begin to easily collect skins, tech, and blueprints. Once you make your way through the entire yard, repeat the process (it immediately respawns chests).




Step 4: Collect Skins

Un Cursed Monkey Paw Agency Upgrade

The amount of stuff I’ve collected in the few minutes I’ve spent running the Shipping Yards is actually impressive. I bet spending a few hours running this, would have you decked out in nearly everything.


Step 5 (Optional): Put Something on Your Second Monitor

As this approach is rather monotonous and grindy, you may want to do something else while you play. Me? I’m currently watching ClintStevens choke on Super Mario 64 speedruns. Good luck!

 

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